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This entry was posted on 5th October 2021 by George Horbury
Macfarlane Group, the UK’s largest supplier of protective packaging, has achieved a Gold rating in a sustainability survey conducted by EcoVadis. This important rating – which is said to be the world’s most trusted business sustainability rating – places Macfarlane Group in the top 5% of ...
This entry was posted on 26th August 2021 by Amy Bulsara
Macfarlane Group PLC (“Macfarlane Group”, “Macfarlane” or “the Group”) announces its unaudited results for the six months ended 30 June 2021. Highlights • Macfarlane Group grew its sales by 26.5% versus H1 2020 to £133.5m, while operating profit before amortisation and impairment ...
This entry was posted on 11th May 2021 by Amy Bulsara
Macfarlane Group PLC (MACF.L) announces today that Andrea Dunstan has advised the Company that she will step down from the Board at the end of her 3 year term on 1st September 2021.  The Board has commenced a search process for her replacement as a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the ...
This entry was posted on by Amy Bulsara
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING STATEMENT Macfarlane Group PLC (“Macfarlane”) today publishes its Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) Statement and trading update covering 2021 to date.  At the AGM in Glasgow, Stuart Paterson, Chairman, will say: Current Trading “Macfarlane Group has made a ...
This entry was posted on 25th February 2021 by Manufacturing Blog
Macfarlane Group PLC (“the Group”) has performed well in 2020, achieving a resilient performance, which despite the challenging market conditions due to the impact of Covid-19, is ahead of our previous expectations. At the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, we acted decisively and ...
This entry was posted on 3rd February 2021 by George Horbury
Reduce the impact of timber price increases If you are using timber pallets or timber-based packaging hold on tight, 2021 could prove to be a bumpy ride.   Current conditions have created “a perfect storm” as timber shortages drive price increases in the market. What is causing ...
This entry was posted on 7th December 2020 by Amy Bulsara
There is growing pressure (and a desire) for businesses to become more environmentally friendly and to demonstrate this commitment to customers. If you are looking for ways to improve your environmental credentials, there are many “quick wins” out there to help you make simple switches. One ...
This entry was posted on 19th November 2020 by reachadmin
Macfarlane Group PLC today provides an update on trading for the period from 30 June 2020 to 31 October 2020. The Board is pleased to announce that the Group sales revenue and profit before tax for the 2nd half of the year to date is ahead of the corresponding period in 2019.  These trends give ...
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The Board of Macfarlane Group announces today that John Love has chosen to retire as Group Finance Director on 31 December 2020 and succeeding him in this position will be Ivor Gray whose appointment will be effective on 1 January 2021.   John joined Macfarlane Group in 1996 and was ...
This entry was posted on 3rd November 2020 by Amy Bulsara
As Brexit negotiations continue, the UK timber packaging and pallet industry are planning for a worst-case scenario that will see shipments to the European Union required to use ISPM15 (heat-treated) grade timber for pallets, softwood cases, packaging and dunnage. Currently, pallets, timber ...

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